2022-23 Registration

Teachers and counselors review and prepare students for the registration process during the school day, and students can register online during the school day or at home. Students should use their Personal Growth Plan (PGP) to make course decisions that align with their future career and education goals. 

We encourage parents to be actively engaged as their students register for next year’s classes. Parents are required to sign off on their student's selections prior to registering. 

Registration Guide & Forms
2022-2023 Registration Course Guide
9th Grade Registration Form (Interactive Form Available)
10th-12th Grade Registration Form
Online Infinite Campus Registration Directions for Incoming 9th Graders
Online Infinite Campus Registration Directions for Current 9th - 11th Graders
Elective Courses by Career Clusters
New Code Academy Courses
Contact Us
Slideshow Presentations & Videos
Incoming 9th Grade Registration Parent Video
Incoming 9th Grade Parent Registration Presentation
Incoming 9th Grade Registration Slideshow - English
Incoming 9th Grade Registration Slideshow - Spanish
Incoming 9th Grade Registration Slideshow - Somali
Incoming 9th Grade Honors / AP / DAHS Slideshow Presentation
Registration Information - Current Students Video Presentation
Registration Slideshow for 10th - 12th Grade Students
Honors/AP Video Presentation
Honors/AP Slideshow Presentation
PSEO Video Presentation
PSEO Slideshow Presentation
Grow Your Own Teacher Program Video Presentation
Academic Planning
Registration Timeline
Credit Tracking Worksheet
Mainstream Sample Schedule
Mainstream Sample Schedule with Music & World Language
AP/Honors Sample Schedule
AP/Honors Sample Schedule with Music & World Language
Blank Template for 4-Year Trimester Schedule
Summer School Phy Ed & Health
New Code Academy Courses
Grow Your Own Teacher Program
Frequently Asked Questions

Bloomington Career and College Academy is a unique, innovative Bloomington Public Schools program giving students the opportunity to explore or begin a career path while in high school.

Post Secondary Enrollment Options (PSEO) is a program that allows 10th-12th grade students to take college courses at eligible participating postsecondary institutions and upon successful completion earn both high school and college credit while in high school. Typically Jefferson students interested in PSEO take courses at Normandale Community College or the University of Minnesota, however PSEO participation is not limited to those institutions. Each participating college or university sets its own requirements for enrollment into PSEO courses.

11th and 12th grade students may take PSEO courses on a full or part-time basis; 10th graders may take one PSEO course in a Career and Technical Education related subject.  Transportation is not provided for PSEO courses.

More information can be found on the Minnesota Department of Education Postsecondary Enrollment Options web page.